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Q: Congress adopted the: A. Olive Branch Petition, asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out B. Virginia Plan, begging Parliament not to break from the
colonies until a compromise could be worked out C. Treaty of Paris, begging Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out D. Committees of Correspondence, asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out
A: Congress adopted the ______ asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out. Your answer is Olive Branch Petition.
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User: Congress adopted the: A. Olive Branch Petition, asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out B. Virginia Plan, begging Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out C. Treaty of Paris, begging Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out D. Committees of Correspondence, asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out

Weegy: Congress adopted the ______ asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out. Your answer is Olive Branch Petition.
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User: The Declaration of Independence was drawn up by:

Weegy: The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson, with the assistance of John Adams and Benjamin Franklin.
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User: Another name for a Loyalist was

User: Why was the American victory in the Battle of Saratoga a turning point in the Revolutionary War?

User: Why was the American victory in the Battle of Saratoga a turning point in the Revolutionary War? A. It convinced Great Britain to negotiate for peace. B. It convinced many Loyalists to join the American cause. C. It dashed any hopes the British had of isolating New England from the rest of the colonies. D. It forced Great Britain to end its occupation of Philadelphia.

Weegy: It convinced Great Britain to negotiate for peace.
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User: The Intolerable Acts were passed to:

User: The Intolerable Acts were passed to: A. prevent a war B. punish Boston C. increase trade D. prevent a treaty between the colonists and the French

User: Congress didn't provide the army with enough equipment because: A. it didn't want a war B. it wanted foreign countries to give aid C. a soldier's life is expected to be hard D. it didn't have enough money

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